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Old 05-29-2013, 01:34 PM   #1  
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Brenda send me a great suggestion for acrylic blocks:
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In response to Acrylic Blocks. I use the acrylic magnetic picture frames that you put on your refrigerator. They are very economical and have several sizes. The 5 x 7 is great if you want to use several for a scene.
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Christine has a suggestion for this week's Ask Beate question:

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I agree with the answer you gave regarding stamping blocks...realize that no so very many are necessary. However, I recently made a discovery when having several friends over to introduce them to card making. With several of us working at once, we found that the square acrylic case that holds a punch works great as a stamping block. We were able to position stamps on both the bottom and the top of a clear case that held an old Creative Memories corner rounder, and the images were nice and clear!
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I had a large stamp but no block. A friend suggested using an extra plate for my Cuttlebug that I had - perfect and you can use any size stamp on it.
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Great ideas! I had never thought of using something other than the blocks themselves.
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